Posted on September 19 2018
News » women's health
Runners need to mobilise to stretch and activate the right muscles. This video coach Neil takes you through some exercises that do just that. After stretching and mobilising we now need to activate the muscles around the hips and lower back. Teaching the body to activate the important muscles for running. Getting stability in the midrift and the core is crucial. We need balance on both sides of the body, if we have got the glutes doing the job they should and the core doing what it should, that holds the pelvis in the position it should which relieves tension on the lower back. For more great running training tutorials subscribe to our channel and TRY our Running Club for FREE on a 7 day FREE TRIAL Complete holistic running programmes for distances from 5km to ultramarathon and for beginners to advanced runners. All include Run training sessions, mobility workouts daily, strength workouts specific for runners, nutrition guidance and mindset help plus injury prevention series, foundational plans, running drill series and a huge library of videos, articles, podcasts, clean eating recipes and more. www.runninghotcoaching.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/runninghotcoaching Instagram: http://instagram.com/runninghotcoaching
Posted on September 18 2018
Posted on September 10 2018
- Have you struggled to fit in training with your busy lifestyle? -
Maybe you are an absolute beginner and don't know where to start or perhaps you have done a few races but keep having motivation or injury troubles?
- Or maybe you have been running for years but the huge mileage you used to do is not bringing the results and you don't know why.
- Do you want to beat last years time or finish at the front of the pack?
Lisa and Neil discuss the facets of a good training system and how to apply them, what factors will give you longevity in the sport and how to avoid the most common pitfalls and mistakes.
Lisa and Neil share their backstory and what led them to co-founding Running Hot Coaching.
They give insights into their back story, the mistakes they made, the lessons they learnt and the gems of wisdom discovered on the way.
With a combined 45 years experience running the worlds toughest endurance events and coaching hundreds of athletes from around the world Lisa and Neil have a wealth of experience and insights to share.
If you would like to find out more about our holistic run training system visit our info page at https://goto.runninghotcoaching.com/info
Do you have a dream to run a big race, maybe a half marathon, a marathon or even an ultramarathon?
We promise to get you to the start line in the best shape ever! We will give you the benefit of our years of knowledge and experience in competing and training athletes, so you can avoid the mistakes, train efficiently, have fun and stay in optimal health while you are doing it.
So who are we? Lisa Tamati is an a professional ultramarathon runner with over 25 years experiences racing the world's toughest endurance events and leading expeditions. Author of two internationally published running adventure books. She is also a mindset expert. From crossing the Libyan desert on foot to running Death Valley to running the length of NZ for charity, she has been there and done that. For more information on Lisa click here: www.lisatamati.co.nz
Neil Wagstaff is an exercise scientist, coach and ultramarathon runner with over 22 years experience in the health and fitness industry. He has trained hundreds of athletes and coaches alike to the successful completion of their goals. For more info or to download our free run training ecourse go to https://goto.runninghotcoachng.com/running
Posted on July 17 2018
Wearewomen.nz is a wonderful website that highlights the achievements of NZ women founded by Racquel Cleaver.
"In this Lisa Tamati Ultra Athlete, Author, Entrepreneur, Motivational speaker, Jeweller shares her insights from a life spent pushing the limits of whats possible.
We explore how she has overcome challenges and adversity to achieve her goals. Here the trailer." To watch the entire interview go to https://wearewomen.nz/inspire/lisa-tamati-1805041
Posted on July 12 2018